It’s an innovation like no other. The Self-Initiated Prone Powered Crawler, commonly known by its acronym SIPPC (“sip-see”), marries technology with a baby’s innate desire to move and explore his or her environment. It listens to subtle cues from babies with cerebral palsy and other disabilities, allowing them movement that would not be possible otherwise.
Preventing ovarian cancer with a capsule might sound impossible to many, but not to Doris M. Benbrook, Ph.D. at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center. It is research, though, not magic that has led her team to the development of a potential cancer prevention drug in capsule form.
It’s a tall order. Develop a program that teaches the basics of how to achieve good health, that helps children learn how to make healthier choices, and that utilizes recipes that are healthy, easy to prepare and economical too.
When bad guys want to elude capture, they may hole up and lie low. Researchers at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center believe it may be much the same with cancer after traditional treatment. Now, they’ve uncovered a way to target dormant cancer cells where they hide.
We all want to protect our children; but when it comes to food allergies, it turns out efforts to prevent food allergies may have actually backfired. For years , parents avoided feeding children peanut products until after the age of three to avoid allergic reactions to peanuts.